The Bomb Squad Called to the Courthouse grounds to investigate a suspicious package only to find out it contained what possibly may have been artifacts use in occult type rituals associated to “Santeria” or “Voodoo”.
“According to a report by Amy Masciazek, Clarkstown Daily Voice; A sheriff’s detective and canine partner Kelsey were conducting routine sweeps around the courthouse when they were called over at about 11:18 a.m. to investigate a suspicious item near a stone bench, Falco said.” Bomb Squad Investigate Suspicious Item at County Courthouse
It is not uncommon to find these kinds of items near or around a courthouse because the initiate wishes to cast a “spell” or “hex” through offerings to demonic realms to influence the outcome of a court case.
Satanic rituals do take place as evidenced by cadavers of mutilated animals that were used in blood sacrifice ceremonies. Apparently, someone hired more than an attorney to help with their case.
These occult practices are complex and well organized. Most common are those known as “Santeria” and “Voodoo”, which involves the conjuring of spirits and use of magic spells according to forensic experts who study this field in connection to serial killers and ritual murders associated to other Satanic worship blood sacrifices.
The items found on Courthouse grounds may include items that were specially prepared by high priest practitioners that include food offerings, to include items like Coconuts, Eggs, and many times dirt from a cemetery or house of the person targeted for a curse or hex they are trying to silence, many times a witness, even police officer, lawyer or judge, according to forensic studies on this topic.
Not many law enforcement agencies or academies offer training in how to recognize the tell-tale-signs or their connection to ritual crimes stemming from blood sacrifice to murder. When I worked for a think-tank in Washington, DC I participated in a study connecting satanic ritual murder and serial killers, like the Son of Sam case, among others in Puerto Rico.
Dawn Perlmutter, Institute for the Research of Organized & Ritual Violence, LLC writes:
“Santeria combines the cultural and spiritual beliefs of the Southwestern Nigerian Yoruba tribe with the religious practices of the Catholic faith; it consists of using magical rituals to worship or satisfy a pantheon of gods and goddesses known as orishas. The following web site provides a complete description of the Santeria pantheon of gods”
“Haitian Voodoo is comprised of both good and evil uses of magic, as utilized by the Houngon and the Bocor. There are many different types of Voodoo rituals including individual acts of piety such as lighting candles for particular spirits and large feasts sometimes lasting several days. Similar to Santeria, initiation, divination, sacrifice, and spirit possession are fundamental Voodoo rituals.”
Most notorious, malevolent, and widely used in connection to crime and the drive to escape the consequences of crime is called:
Palo Mayombe is another syncretic Afro-Caribbean belief system that combines the cultural and spiritual belief systems of the ancient African Congo tribes with the religious practices of Yoruba slaves and Catholicism. It uses magical rituals that manipulate, captivate, and/or control another person, most often for the practitioner’s malevolent purposes. The result of this particular syncretism was Palo Mayombe, derived from the Spanish Palo meaning “wooden stick” or “branch” and referring to the pieces of wood practitioners use for their magic spells. In fact, most Santeria practitioners fear the Mayombero, claiming he practices a sinister form of Santeria which they call brujería–black magic or witchcraft.
Palo Mayombe, in contrast, centers its rituals on the spirit of the dead, often using magic to inflict misfortune or death upon an enemy. In fact, the Mayombero does not use the orishas but rather invokes the evil spirit of one specific patron who resides in his nganga, the cauldron used during most rituals.(7) For a description of the Palo Mayombe Religion (http://www.inquiceweb.com/dondeKongo.html).
Some practitioners of Palo Mayombe claim that although they are evoking the spirits of the dead, their intentions are not to harm, that they use Palo in particularly difficult cases because it works much faster and is more effective than Santeria rituals. Regardless, Palo Mayombe essentially is the practice of malevolent magic in the context of myths and rituals of Congo origin, and its magic is accomplished with the use of human bones. Practitioners of Palo Mayombe specialize in accomplishing sorcery through the spirit of the dead. Palo Mayombe centers its rituals on the spirit of the dead, often using magic to inflict misfortune or death upon an enemy. A Symbolic Analysis of Ritualistic Crime
There are some in law enforcement who ridicule these studies and dismiss these occurrences that find ritual artifacts around Courthouses. For those who study comparative religions and conflict management applications this is required reading. Bomb squad officer’s who respond to these calls and handle these items, may later second guess themselves, and seek out guidance from spiritual leaders in the community on how to protect themselves from occult attack. There is no shame in it. There was a time when germs were invisible to the naked eye, but caused a lot of harm before it was fully understood.
Here is the testimony of a former practitioner in the occult who takes this topic very seriously but is informative, instructive, and adds a level of texture to this report, many of us would never have known, had a Rockland County Deputy Sheriff and his K-9 partner Kelsey not detect it. Satanist targeted the Rockland County Courthouse.
GRAPHIC VIDEO MAY BE UPSETTING FOR MATURE AUDIENCE ONLY: Testimony by Ex-Satanist John Ramirez